Jennifer Winget has been a household name for being a popular telly star and her shortlived marriage with Karan Singh Grover. The actress is presently starring in the popular show Beyhadh, where she plays an obsessive love.
Recently while speaking to a popular publication Jennifer opened up about her failed marriage, future plans and how she has moved on post the negative phase in her life.
Speaking on her falied marriage with Karan Singh, she stated, “Failed is too harsh a term to refer to something you gave your best to, and tried hard at. It has not left me disillusioned. We should never close our doors on love. Why should it be restricted to a companion? There is no lack of love in my life. In fact, I have never been this happy and loved. I am in love all the time. Talking about marriage, it is a beautiful institution and it’s amazing if two people want to be together. However, the decision has to be mutual; it’s team work.” She also added, “When you love someone immensely, you want the best for them and forgive their mistakes. Part of wanting what’s best for them is accepting that your paths are no longer intertwined and coming to terms with the truth that sometimes, loving some one means letting them go. It’s sad when any relationship, not just marriage, doesn’t have a fruitful ending. I had lived with him for so long, so it obviously took me a while to deal with the situation. I experienced a gamut of emotions, but I was surprised to realize that I had the strength to come out of it. Also, I had a lovely support system in my family and friends. Today, all of us are in a happy space.”
The actress takes her failed marriage as a learning lesson and states that she holds no grudge against KSG for the same, she says, “There is no grudge at all. We are all human beings, and no one is perfect. How I learn if I don’t make mistakes? I will tell my future children also to make as many mistakes as they can because that’s how they will learn. There is no ideal man, woman or relationship. Life is full of ups and downs. I have absolutely no bad memory of the marriage even though it has ended. In fact, I am thankful to Karan for an experience that taught me so much about myself. It has made me realize my strength, who my true friends are and how awesome my family is. I would have been a different person if this marriage and divorce hadn’t happened. I also got so much love from his parents. I regret nothing and feel blessed instead.”
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